Unmasking Ford Mustangs That Roared in Music Videos

Unmasking Ford Mustangs That Roared in Music Videos

Let’s take a joyride through some of the most unforgettable Ford Mustang moments in music history.

Justin Bieber Heats Up the Streets in a Boss Ride

Remember that smokin’ hot matte orange car from Justin Bieber’s “Boyfriend”? That, my friends, was a 2012 Ford Mustang Boss 429. This beast of a machine, known for its aggressive looks and a heart-pounding engine, perfectly matched the energy of the song. Let’s just say, young JB wasn’t just smooth with the vocals – he had the ride to match.

Little Mix Gets Powered Up with a Shelby GT350

The girls of Little Mix weren’t messing around in their video for “Power.” They rolled up in a sleek black Ford Mustang Shelby GT350, a car built for the racetrack and dripping with attitude. Just like the song’s fierce energy and their powerful vocals, the Shelby GT350 exudes power and demands attention.

Britney Spears Makes a Fiery Comeback with a Classic Stang

The music video for “Stronger” is all about transformation and rising from the ashes. Britney Spears emerges from a fiery wreckage, reborn and ready to conquer the world. The car featured in this scene? A classic 1966 Ford Mustang Setback, a customized beauty with a unique rear end. Even though it meets a fiery demise, the Mustang becomes a symbol of strength and the power to overcome anything.

Vanilla Ice Keeps It Cool with a Timeless Mustang

No music video Mustang list would be complete without mentioning Vanilla Ice and “Ice Ice Baby.” Cruising alongside a crew of dancers, Vanilla Ice rides in a white 1990 Ford Mustang 5.0. This iconic car, with its boxy design and classic V8 rumble, perfectly captures the carefree coolness of early 90s hip-hop.

Armin van Buuren Takes Flight with a Modern Mustang

Let’s shift gears from pop and hip-hop to the world of electronic dance music. The video for “This Is What It Feels Like” by Armin van Buuren featuring Trevor Guthrie features a stunning silver 2013 Ford Mustang soaring across a vast landscape.

So there you have it – just a taste of the many music videos where the Ford Mustang has stolen the show.


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